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CCG Interiors, LLC.
CCG Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks10,353
Questions16
Allow your children to express their individuality. These reversible duvet covers allow for each child to have a separate look, yet keep the room feeling cohesive and balanced.
“Cute” — awalker608
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Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks12,215
Questions10
and filled with a comfy blanket and favorite toys, create such a welcoming place. Adding a blackboard is another way to give children a place to express themselves, and is a vast improvement over dealing with permanent markers on walls.
“Playroom” — ashleymarek
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Kids Bedroom- Contemporary and Cool
Ideabooks8,596
Questions3
Create a place for artistic expression by adding chalkboard paint next to your closet door. All that is required is a can of paint and a few hours of labor to disguise a closet with a surface for art.
“Framed chalk wall” — reemahc
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
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Purple Teen Girl's Bedroom
Ideabooks10,684
Questions14
strong influence of red creates a color that is romantic and chic. Paint Pick: Kismet 6830 by Sherwin Williams Fun fact: Freight company Federal Express uses a prominent shade of purple in their FedEx logos. This signifies a 'purple promise' that you will receive your package on-time, but using purple
“Deeper color” — Nikki Rogers Soares
Keith Willig Landscape Services, Inc.
Childrens Play
Ideabooks26,195
Questions1
neighbors. Most people won't rat out your kid for being a pest, but if you check in and ask how things are going, your neighbor may feel freer to express an annoyance that's easily corrected.Learning to be a good neighbor while still young will help your child find his or her place in the world.Your
“love the steps on the tree” — sghartzog
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Kelly Lokey
Ideabooks6,411
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parasol head?), this is eclectic done right. The room bursts with individual character and playful touches that satisfy a tween's craving for self-expression, but the attention to scale and balance suggests a far more adult sensibility. The lesson here? Don't be shy about putting your personality on display
“travels” — ladybug3
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
Ideabooks21,222
Questions17
8. Child’s play. Kids’ spaces welcome the visual stimulation of circles and stripes, and are a forgiving place in which to express creativity.
“colour pattern for kids” — ayisham
Bellisa Design
Lori Withey
Ideabooks17,177
Questions12
Take the bed skirt to the next level. Texture is an important element in any space. Why not sneak it into your child’s room in an expressive way through a ruffled, magenta bed skirt? Its fun frills are a playful juxtaposition against the wrought iron bed.
“fun ruffled bed skirt” — Sabrina Cassidy
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